How many cubes can your tray hold?

Just want to see what the average is

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This is an interesting pole, but I get the feeling nobody’s stacking over 12 since that wouldn’t make sense in the scheme of the game. Maybe leave 13 but 14-20 should be removed so troll outliers don’t skew the results.

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That was just the default numbers when I set up the poll

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Mine can hold 4, but we have not added the expanding part of it yet.

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mine can hold 6 with the flip-out but 9 with the slider.

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I have a 4-part tray that can hold 11 cubes.

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Ours in theory can hold 10 but we’re fixing stability issues and we’re deciding between another flip or a passive slider(I think we’re decided on the extra flip)

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My tray is bigger than your tray

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…how did @Kashan_hussain 's statement get flagged? Ours also crapped out at around 7 until we noticed what was wrong and fixed it.

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above average! yay 20 chara

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Ours folds out three times.

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@Albert_Wright
How many cubes does it hold tho?

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Ours has three stages, plus a passive slider at the end, totaling 12-13 cubes

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Wow ok, thats an amount. Can your rollers push up that many?

Could I ask if teams that are doing tray bots, whether or not your bot has arms to put in towers or solely stacks?
I feel like dedicated stacks would be able to stack more, so judging the two of them may not be an accurate comparison

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  • Complex tray(arms for towers)
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  • dr4b tray

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Yeah the rollers would have enough power to push up probably somewhere close to 15, and the intake absolutely swallows the cubes up since the roller motors are 200rpm.

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Do you have it flipout or down? Im having trouble fitting them in the size limit.